The British government are liable to whatever has happened or is happening to Biafrans (apart from the amalgamation of the south and the north) for their own selfish interest. nature demanded them (British) to stand up and defend the Igbos and her eastern Nigeria (zoo) neighbors shortly after the massacre of over 3,000 Igbos in northern Nigeria before the ABURI accord in Ghana.

The British government knew when Ojukwu stated that "on Aburi we stand" thus declared sovereign state of Biafra (as the British were then with silent posture and still repeating same presently) Biafra lost more than 3.5 million people yet it does not touch the government of Britain to say NO, never to kill Biafrans any more.

From 1967- 2016, the British government (Being the colony of and sole merger of Nigeria [zoo]) is still silent in all the atrocities being committed by their stooge (the Islamic Hausa/Fulani/Yoruba conspirators. The world (I mean united states, European union, Russia, Israel, India, China, Japan and all the terrorist free nations) must ignore Britain and recognize the sovereign state of Biafra. This is a crucial stage in this struggle, the above mentioned nations must act fast because kidnapping, killings of unarmed Biafrans continues under British watch.

If you ask me, I would say to the world that the British is afraid of Islam and need an urgent help from the European union in the area of reorientation on the Biafran issue. Throughout the history of British alliance with the terrorist northern Nigeria (Zoo) can not boast of one individual from the hausa/Fulani like Ojukwu and Nnamdi Kanu.

After killing close to 4 million Biafrans the British is a prime suspect in the untimely death of one, the most brilliant human Britain produced (Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu).

Now the same Britain is again watching the illiterate Ishmaelite detain, torture and humiliate another bright brain Mazi Nnamdi Kanu more than 4 whole Months. The government of David Cameron should stand and condemn those atrocities.

Written by Benjamin

Edited by Udeagha Obasi

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